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Life Threatening? Yes
Write-up: Nosebleed on morning of 17 June 2006; petechiae developed on evening of 17 June 2006, so patient went to ER; Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura was diagnosed. She was admitted and treated with platelet transfusion, IVIG, and IV corticosteroids. 7/18/06-Presented to ED with petechial rash. Plt on admission 3000. Admitting DX thrombocytopenia. PMH: hypothyroidism and osteopenia. Recently visited foreign country. Received 1st dose of encephalitis vaccine on 6/6/06 and 2nd dose 6/12/06 with 3rd dose scheduled week of 6/25/06. Hematology and Infectious Disease consults requested. PSH: Status post repair of deviated septum in 1994 with hemorrhage status post right 5th to hammer toe repair. Skin biopsy 1 week prior to this admission no firm diagnosis with possible diagnosis of lichen sclerosis. Current Meds: Fosamax and Synthroid. PE normal with petechia on the oral mucosa and 2 sits of what appear to have been blood blisters the overlying mucosa of which is torn. 7/26/06-a DC summary is not dictated for a stay of 48 hours or <. Med Rec will fax DC face sheet that includes DC DX. 8/1/06-DC DX received from hospital: Principal DX: Other and unspecified complication of medical care. Secondary DX: immune thrombocytopenic purpura and unspecified acquired hypothyroidism.
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